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Digital Women is an Iowa State University student organization dedicated to encouraging, supporting, and retaining women in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, and MIS.
We want to help you succeed by providing opportunities for networking, career development, and much-needed fun with other like-minded women in technical majors.
Digital Women meets every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in Coover 3043.
Joining Digital Women is easy! All you need to do is sign up on our stuorg website and begin showing up to meetings.
You can also find Digital Women on Facebook, Twitter, and GitHub.



Do I have to attend every meeting?

Nope! Feel free to come and go to meetings you are able to attend. You will always be welcomed whether you attend one meeting in a semester, or 15.


Will food be provided?

YES! Food choices vary by week. If there's something specific you want you should tweet us, post on our Facebook, or let someone on exec know so we can accommodate!

Food Allergy/Accomodation? Let us know here!


Do I have to be in CS/CPRE/EE/SE/MIS to join?

Nope! While we highly encourage you to be in one of our focus majors, a love for technology is all that's required to join! :)


Erica Hollander



Erica is a senior majoring in Software Engineering. She is originally from Chicago. She joined Digital Women because she wanted to have a supportive community filled with like-minded women. Digital Women has encouraged her to continue learning outside the classroom, step up into leadership roles, and meet so many amazing women!

Lydia McCleary

Vice President


Lydia is a Junior majoring in Software Engineering. In her free time, Lydia enjoys spending time with friends, exercising, and learning new things through coding. She loves being involved in Digital Women because of the opportunities it has provided for her to connect with other women in tech.

Bridget Schmitt



Bridget is a senior majoring in computer engineering. A fun fact about her is that she was once left in a campground in South Dakota as a 10-year old

Elicia Baranoski



Elicia is a sophomore in cyber security engineer. She is originally from Kansas City. She loves digital women for its strong community and love for learning.

Britney Yu

Industry Relations Chair


Britney is a senior in Software Engineering. In her free time she enjoys making origami, crocheting, and going on adventures. Her favorite part about Digital Women is meeting new people.

Megan Eberle

Outreach Chair


Megan is a Junior studying Software Engineering. In her free time she enjoys baking, running, making friendship bracelets, and spending time with family and friends. She is excited to connect with more women in tech through Digital Women.

Katelyn Wolters

Public Relations Chair


Katelyn is a junior majoring in aerospace engineering with a minor in computer science. She is from Lebanon, NJ, but grew up a cyclone fan since her parents attended Iowa State. she loves trying new things, hanging out with friends, anything that brings an adrenaline rush, and Star Wars!

Chen Sang

Mentor Chair


Chen is a sophomore majoring Computer Science and minoring in Data Science. She loves meeting new people, going on a road trip, and watching movies with friends. A fun fact about Chen is that she is also a photographer who can speak two languages.

Helen Lau



Helen is a junior studying software engineering. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends as well as learning new skills

Emma Fuller

Social Chair


Emma is a freshman pursuing Cybersecurity Engineering. She is from Geneva, Illinois. A fun fact about her is that her mom also works in technology.

Rachel Schnepf

Grace Hopper Chair


Rachel is currently a junior studying Computer Engineering. She is from Omaha Nebraska and has been apart of digital women for two years. A fun fact about her is that she was born with a hole in her heart.